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mean burn him. >> good evening. i'm nancy grace. i want to thank you for being with us. bombshell tonight. we are live in westminster, colorado. an arrest goes down in the last hours in the murder and dismemberment of a 10-year-old little schoolgirl. the perp allegedly a 17-year-old college student, a crime scene tech wanna-be who dreamed of being a mortician. and as we go to air, worse goes to worse. we are now hearing that the child's body parts that were missing from the scene, the field where she was thrown away like trash beside a garbage bag, those missing body parts now apparently being taken out of the 17-year-old's home in crawl spaces in and below the home. you know, for those of you like me who send your children to school, this mother watches her child walk three blocks to meet up with friends to walk to school. she is never seen again. and tonight the alleged perpetrator, a 17-year-old college student, a student who competed in crime scene technology competitions, who dreamed of being a mortician is now charged in dismembering this child's body. we are live on the sce
kind of dog you want around the country. jane garrison, thank you for bringing us connor's story. the key is adopt, don't shop. when you go to breeders, that's what's behind the curtain. we rescued him. he is now clean and happy and all he needs is a home. all he needs is a home. nancy is next. -- captions by vitac -- >>> breaking news tonight, live to rural clayton. the desperate search in a story on our radar, 1-year-old autumn pasquale on her white bicycle in her own neighborhood disappears. bombshell tonight at this hour, we are receiving information 12-year-old autumn's remains have just been found. stuffed into a blue recycling container near an abandoned house, put out with all of the other bins in the hopes she would be thrown away like trash. >> two individuals have been arrested and charged with the murder of this young girl. two teenage brothers, age 15 and 17 years old have been charged with first degree murder, conspiracy to commit murder, disposing of the body, tampering with evidence, and theft. the 15-year-old brother has also been charged with one c
on not only the terrorist threat, but beginning a transition in afghanistan. it allowed us to refocus on alliances, relationships that had been neglected for a decade. and governor romney, our alliances have never been stronger in asia, in europe, in africa, with israel where we have unprecedented military and intelligence cooperation, including dealing with the iranian threat. >> one of the topics that came up during last night's debate was outsourcing, when a company has a different business do some kind of work. instead of doing something themselves, the businesses can outsource it. but if u.s. company outsources work through a different company, it means those jobs aren't being done by american workers. maggie lake has more on the impact of outsourcing and the presidential candidate's plans to do something about it. >> whether on the campaign trail -- >> if there's an outsorcerer in chief, it's the president of the united states. >> or amid the barrage of political ads on tv -- >> mitt romney's firms were pioneers at helping their companies outsourcing. >> outsourcing is a hot but
's the word. >>> right now, the u.s. government is running a deficit, has been for years. it's a topic that comes up a lot in politics and, as you might expect, it's come up a lot in this year's presidential campaign. in fact, during this week's debate between barack obama and mitt romney, the word "deficit" came up nearly 20 times. both candidates have plans to deal with it. >> both candidates have made it a cornerstone of this election to talk about the deficit, the difference between how many money our government is spending and how much it is taking in in taxes. this is the deficit right now, $1 is trillion, $90 billion. if we all wanted to pay it off, every man, woman and child in the country has to pay $3,500. yet each candidate says i can reduce the deficit. they all say we're going to have to contain the spending of the government. control it. we're going to have to rewrite the tax code and we have to get the economy moving again because that's going to produce money and revenue .really solve the problem. but beyond that, they don't agree on much. let's look at the romney plan
german spanish, foreign policy, international issues. you are talking a lot about that. >> yes. to us, you know, having the third and final presidential debate was amazing. the fact that the top sick on foreign policy makes it even more interesting. 1/3 of our student are actually international. so it draws a lot of attention. >> reporter: so if you were to narrow it down, say, to two big issues among students here and what they wanted to hear tonight, what's affecting you here in the united states and also when you go back home overseas, what are your families talking about? they're watching the debates just like we are. >> of course. they all are all over the world. i think two of the main topics would be the arab spring, justice as we've been talking about it. an ongoing issue. we talk about it in class, we talk about it with our families. something else i would mention, for my opinion, would be the immigration status for international students who are studying here. and just about higher education. i know that doesn't have a lot to do with foreign policy, but it's an issue that we
from the way he acted, the way he dressed. >> he wanted to find some way to hang out with us. it was kind of creep us out. >> good evening. i'm nancy grace. i want to thank you for being with us. bombshell tonight. in the last hours, murder suspect austin sigg in court staring down jessica ridgeway's family. tonight, we learn details, disturbing details from inside the mind of an alleged killer. this as we learn at 15, he is treated for a severe pornography addiction. and that is just the tip of the iceberg. first of all, straight out to rita cosby, investigative journalist. what are we learning in the last hours? >> he was in court. it is his first experience. he will have another appearance on tuesday where he'll be formally charged. this was a juvenile court, remember, he is still technically listed as a juvenile. prosecutors hope to change that. he showed up. he was wearing a green jump suit. a light green jump suit. >> rita, stop, look. look at the video of him in, wearing the cross. >> yep. >> is that the cross found at the scene of the dismember body of 10-year-old jes
. >> it is. >> and when we look at the incident in may, his m.o. was, what, to use a rag with with chemicals? >> that's right. >> probably trying to knock out or subdue this jogger. thankfully, she was able to get away. are authorities or anybody saying that's the same method he tried to use on jessica? >> they're not saying exactly how jessica was abducted, but, you know, what they are saying is that there were clues, evidence, possibly dna. the cross, we learned just yesterday -- well, between the night before and yesterday about this cross that was linked and left behind. and so, you know, this is what we know about this teenager. he was pretty active in his community. had friends. was seen hanging out on those trails and within that area. where sigg lived is about one mile away from where jessica went missing and where jessica lives. you have to take that into consideration as well. he probably spent a lot of time. if he is convicted and he is guilty of these crimes, trolling the area, going around, knowing his surroundings. >> his house very close to the reservoir, where he is accused o
is homicide. >> good evening, i am nancy grace. i want to thank you for being with us. bombshell tonight, we go live to rural clayton. 12-year-old autumn pasquale, a beautiful little girl on her white bicycle in her own neighborhood disappears. we are receiving information that at this hour 12-year-old autumn's remains have been positively identified, stuffed into a blue recycling container, one of those bins, put out in front of an abandoned house, and it was put out with all of the other recycling bins. that was the day for recycling pickup, obviously in the hopes that autumn's body would be thrown away like trash. well, it was not. straight out to carly romalino joining me from "gloucester county times." carly, thank you for being with us. you're there on scene. explain to me the timing, and then i'll work up to the discovery of her body and the location of the remains. but i have to get the timing down, carly. i am trying to figure out how the timing relates to who would have seen her, who would have been exposed to her. go ahead, carly. >> well, autumn was last seen at 1:30 on saturday
grace. i want to thank you for being with us. bombshell tonight. live to westminster, colorado. 8:30 a.m., a little girl walks just three blocks en route to school, never seen again. now, 10-year-old jessie's dismembered body found a couple miles from home. tonight, bombshell reports dna on jessie's book bag could be linked to a man wanted in a sex assault of a jogger right across from jessie's school. and in a stunning turn tonight, we learn a hand-made wooden cross, it is planted near jessie's dismembered body? we're learning all sorts of information tonight as we go to where, for instance, we learn that there are reports that jessie's clothes were neatly folded up and put in her book bag. remember, let's see that video, liz. her book bag and her water bottle with her name on it found discarded like it was thrown out of the car in a nearby neighborhood. there you are seeing those shots. were jessie's clothing neatly folded up and placed inside her book bag? is this linked to a man that tried to attack a nearby jogger? all of this is happening, and this is very important to the invest
of cesar chavez academy in colorado. which of these political parties has won a u.s. presidential election? the reform party, groan part, lib tearan party or whig party? you've got three seconds. go. there have been four u.s. presidents who were members of the whig party. that's your answer and that's your shout out. >>> these days, other parties are usually referred to as third parties. this year's presidential ketsd were at part of the debates between barack obama .mitt romney. but they got together of their own debate in chicago. former new mexico governor gary johnson. he's the presidential nominee for the libertarian party. jill stein, who once ran for governor of massachusetts against mitt romney is the nominee for the green party. virgil good, a former u.s. congressman of virginia is the presidential nominee and rocky anderson, former mayor of salt lake city utah is the nominee for the justice party. one of the big issues is ballot access. people can only vote for these candidates if their names are on the ballot and that varies from state to state for each of these parties. a new n
? look at the gender gap screaming at us. according women president obama won. 22% there. >> reporter: definite gap. four years ago obama had the woman's vote sealed. no question about it. when this began there was a lot of talk about the female vote. we have been talking about that for months. you saw it at both conventions both romney and obama talking about women and having their wives come up and give key speeches. still even now less than or about two weeks away from the election they are both still going for the female vote. so far it looks like obama has the chance of sealing that again. >> we are going to be talking a little over an hour from now with a first-hand account of what moms thought of the debate. >>> analysts say president obama gets the edge last night. cnn poll was 48-40 all told that he won. mitt romney did good saying that the president many experts saying he got the edge. let's bring back dr. ed lee. good to have you back here. we are third and final round. do you agree with the assessment that the president gets the nod last night? >> absolutely. the president
garrison, thank you for bringing us connor's story. the key is adopt, don't shop. when you go to breeders, that's what's behind the curtain. we rescued him. he is now clean and happy and we rescued him. he's now clean and happy and all he needs is a home. >>> i'm carl azuz. this is cnn student news. the world series starts tonight. good luck to you tigeres and giants fans. we're going to have some history coming up. >>> first, we're hitting the presidential trail. the election is less than two weeks away. and so now what? what are they doing between right this second and election day? in a nutshell, it's an all-out sprint. president barack obama and presidential nominee mitt romney are crisscrossing the country. they're meeting with potential voters, going on tv shows, posing for pictures and campaigning in front of crowds. there will be a lot of that, especially in swing states where it's uncertain which candidate is likely to win. the campaigns are buying up ad space so you'll see more commercials on more channels and their running mates are doing all they can to get supporters to vote.
the bahamas. edges closer to the u.s. out to the east a little farther. heads up and might round the horn near cape hatteras. where does it go from here? we could see two scenarios. one where it jives into the northeast or one where it goes across the atlantic. let's hope it gets out to the north. >>> a teen who lived a mile from 10-year-old jessica ridgway in colorado has been arrested for her killing. austin sigg is 17. prosecutors plan to charge him as an adult with murder and kidnapping. here's his picture. sigg's first court date is set for this morning. he'll also be charged in a separate attempted kidnapping case. police say his mom turned him in. jessica's great grandma says she's angry. >> i don't think i can look at this person. into his face and not be judgmental. i think that i have -- it's all i've got within me to not want to just burn him. and i mean burn him. now, see, i said i could burn him. i meant literally light him on fire. send him to hell in a blaze of glory. >> police searched suspect austin sigg's colorado home yesterday and then they towed away a brown suv. jessica r
're here to make a difference. if we can. period. >> i'm john quinones with abc news. please join us next time for another edition of "what would you do" on hln. >>> hey, good morning. i'm natasha curry in for robin meade this morning. a busy show today. frightening details about the man who gunned down three women it at the spa where had his wife worked. what it was like when the shooting stopped. plus, it's your last chance to hear the candidates face off. what to look for at tonight's third and final presidential debate. >>> and it could be lance armstrong's worst morning yet. now he's finding out if he will be stripped of his tour de france titles. >>> first, our top story. a judge told a wisconsin man that he could not go near his wife for the next four years, but he showed up at the spa where she worked with a gun and the fuel to start a fire. police in wisconsin say radcliffe haughton killed three women and wounded four others in milwaukee yesterday. officers rushed to a mall expecting a gunfight and found a building full of smoke. people were screaming, running out the back door.
dumps him right before he wins the lottery. who is sorry now? let us count the ways. >>> look at this tape. this woman makes an acrobatic escape getting away from the man chasing her with a gun. oh, my gosh. what is happening there? >>> first, though, putting politics aside, president obama and governor mitt romney used punch lines to make their points at a big charity dinner last night in new york. look at this. >> it's nice to finally relax and to wear what ann and i wear around the house. in the spirit of "sesame street" the president's remarks are brought to you by the number "o" and the number $16 trillion. i've already seen early reports from tonight's dinner. headline, obama embraced by catholics. romney dines with rich people. >> he did a good job with those jokes. president obama also got in some zingers. >> as some of you may have noticed, i had a lot more energy in our second debate. i felt really well rested after the nice long nap i had in the first debate. i've been doing some thinking, and i've decided that for our final debate i'm going back to the strategy i u
fought with security forces in beirut. police used tear gas to break up the protests. several people were reportedly injured. >>> is this legit? someone is officially recognized as a saint when he or she is canonized. this is true. in the roman catholic church, canonization is the act of recognizing someone has a saint. >> the roman catholic church recognized seven people as new saints over the weekend. the canonization ceremony had history, as well. a native-american was determined a saints. pope benedict xvi and other worshipers celebrated the new saints. a member of the mohawk tribe, sometimes known as lily of the mohawks. she converted to catholicism and served as a nun. >>> this week is hajj, one of the five main observances of islam. we have more on this annual tradition. >> reporter: its name means to set out for a place. and for muslims around the world, that place is the holy city of mecca. the hajj has begun for millions of muslims, with pilgrims making their way toward islam's most sacred sight. for daily prayers, muslims face this from any given point in the world. they're req
in ten minutes jennifer westhoven will do a fact check for us. a lot of claims made by each candidate including some points about the military. that's in about ten minutes. we have some other head lines for you today. >>> the desperate search for a missing 12-year-old girl in new jersey has ended in tragedy. police found the body of autumn pasquale. autumn told her dad she was riding her bike to a friend's house but she never made it. search crews found her body inside a recycling container. an autopsy scheduled for this morning. >>> more doctors want with women to wait longer between pap tests according to new recommendationses from gynecologists. the screening for cervical cancer used to be done every year but several medical groups have dialed that back recently. the latest guidelines say women between 30 and 65 years old should get a pap test every three years and a test for hpv every five years. >>> the wife of the wisconsin shooting suspect tried to save other people before she was killed. one witness said she tried to calm things down when radcliffe haughton showed up with a gu
, two hours after the attack on the u.s. consulate in libya, the white house knew islamic militants were taking credit for it. that's according to the state department e-mails obtained by cnn. minutes after the attack began, the white house and the pentagon were alerted that the consulate was under attack with rockets and heavy gunfire. the u.s. ambassador and three other diplomats were killed in that attack on the 9/11 anniversary. >>> now it's become a big issue in the election. mitt romney slammed the president saying he sent mixed messages on the attack. president obama did refer to it as an act of terror the day afterwards, but the white house also suggested for more than a week the attack may have been a protest that got out of hand. so less than two weeks before the election, there is no comment so far from the white house. >>> two teen brothers were arrested for murdering a 12-year-old girl. their mom is the one who turned them in to police, though. the teens lived around the corner from autumn pasquale. they believe they lured her into their home for her bmq bike but wound up ki
character posthumously. listen. >> let us be clear, trayvon's family does not feel that his school records are relevant in any way. it is wrong to subpoena his records on so many levels from middle school and high school. it is very offensive to them. but if the court sees fit to release trayvon's school records, we demand that george zimmerman's medical records be released because they are far more relevant as to why he shot and killed trayvon martin on february 26th. >> no one really knows, mike, what could be in those school records. just speculating here because the defense has not elaborated on why they want them. we know that at the time that trayvon martin was shot and killed by george zimmerman he was serving a ten-day suspension from school because he was found at school with a bag, an empty plastic bag with marijuana residue inside of it. they could also be looking in there for any sort of clues that might back up george zimmerman's claim that he was defending himself, that he was not the aggressor in this case and did not throw the first punch. again, all of this speculative at
it is one of the first things investigators go to. before it used to be cell phones. cell phone records, computers. but now tied in with all that is what people put on twitter. what they put on facebook, what they put on my space, linked in. there's all these different social media social media sites that will investigators will immediately turn to. because we saw in the rhavi case out of new jersey where there was a posting on there may be somebody had seen it earlier, it might have saved the man's life. we don't know. but it plays such a role in investigations now. they have people dealing with social media and computers and getting information and they're getting very good cooperation also i must say from people like facebook, twitter. especially when there's circumstances involved and have a subpoena, they're working closely with these social media outlets to be more pro active than reactive. the but many times as a reactive investigation, that's where you look first. >> it is something else. thank you very much. >> thank you. sure. >>> and listen to this one. a woman found with bur
about raw chicken? apparently used coat exand tampons, filthy graffiti all over your home and lawn. the alleged everybody thatty perp, a 41-year-old mother at walmart loading up for that night's evil doing. >>> neighbors say it started with two group of middle school students, toilet papered each other's houses. >> they snuck out in the middle of the night and they go down and do some terrible things. this mom arrested for criminal mischief. the 41-year-old faces a state jail felony. according to the arrest affidavit, the kids who vandalized the home were under tara mooney's supervision. it ended with damage to the stucko home. police have video of her with eight kids at the walmart where they bought more than 100 rolls of toilet paper before the incident. >> good evening. i'm nancy grace. thank you for being with us. bombshell tonight. live to colorado. daddy parties all night with friends. then tucks his 6-month-old baby girl into bed. a few hours later, she is dead. the case takes a horrific u-turn when daddy confesses, baby sailor was crying so what does he do? he slams her tin
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